Friedman wrote:“You know what, I do think Tyson Barrie is going to go.
“I did a game there where Montreal was in Denver. Don Meehan was there at the time with Craig Oster. They’re the Newport guys who handle Barrie. I just got the impression from everybody involved that they weren’t really even in the same ballpark.
“Knowing the way they finished their year, I’ve got to think it’s very likely he moves on.”
B Kat wrote:Think Hitchcock returns? I kinda think so.
ToddM wrote:He probably bows out, knowing how lucky he was to even get as far as he did, and goes out on a high note. Probably gets a job in the booth somewhere.
Eskimo Spy wrote:I would of course make some jokes if any of you died
Jeremy Rutherford of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported the last offer was three years at $5.5M, although there were some rumours the Blues were willing to go up to four years and $6M.
5. Hitchcock may look at Rick Wilson and Darryl Sydor, both fired by Minnesota. Wilson stood next to Hitchcock when Dallas won the Stanley Cup in 1999. Sydor played for that team. The Blue Jackets also seem like a potential Sydor fit. His second Cup came in Tampa, where he played for John Tortorella
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